1) With every Mahamanvantara, there is a greater harvest of solar men. Therefore, the Absolute is becoming more cognizant of Itself, as you know. The angels of this epoch will teach the intellectual animals of the next, and so on throughout the Mahakalpas.
2-3) Since the Absolute is endless, there is no end to objective knowledge. To quote one Sufi Master, "The journey to God is short. The journey in
God is infinite." We have to remember that throughout this divine cycle, new Monads emerge from the Absolute into the universe in order to attain Paramartha and Paranishpanna. Since there is no end to the emergence of new Monads throughout the dawn of every cosmic day, there shall never be a complete "time" where every Monad has attained divine cognizance.
Those Monads that complete the work attain Paramartha and Paranishpanna. In accordance with the will of Kether and Adi-Buddha, they may enter the Unmanifested Absolute in order to continue their development, but as "beginners" to an entirely new path of spiritual evolution that is far beyond the comprehension even of the Gods.
4-5) The cycle of cosmic days and nights is a source of suffering for all beings, including the Gods who remain entangled within Karma (Katancia).
When the heart of this solar system began to palpitate after the profound night of the great Pralaya, thereupon the Gods from the dawn began to weep.
Remember, son of mine, that the Gods also err. Those divine Elohim wrote their erratum on the cosmic page of the past day.
Wouldst thou comprehend now the motive, the real cause of the universe, the vital secret of the conscious life, the desire for life?
When the dawn was dawning, I saw the Causal Logos moving upon the face of the waters.
“Do not begin the dawn of the Mahamanvantara yet!” cried the Holy Gods amidst their sobs.
Useless was their begging, vain their lament. Occasionally, the great Being stopped for a while in order to read the Karma from those resplendent children of the dawn.
These poor children prayed, they cried a lot, as did their Mother with fervour. Hence, everything remained in silence. Then, amidst the quenched sobs of the waves, only the rumour of existence was heard.
-Samael Aun Weor, Cosmic Teachings of a Lama
Therefore, in order to escape this cyclic suffering, the Elohim must balance their cosmic account before the Great Law in order to gain the right to enter the אין Ain, the Nothingness or Limiless Joy of Adi-Buddha, free from the mortifying shackles of the law. To become an Elohim is one thing, but to enter the bosom of Aelohim, the Unmanifest, is another.
6-7) "Gods" is a relative term, since there are levels amongst the divine hierarchies. This is represented by the Kabbalistic Tree of Life. There are the Gods of Nirvana or Nirvani Buddhas who, while having attained Mastery, still have not attained perfection in Mastery, meaning the complete annihilation of the ego.
Only the Resurrected Masters have no ego. This is accomplished at the height of the Second Mountain. Although such perfected beings have no ego, there is still the possibility of temptation through the solar mind and by engaging in the sexual act against the will of the Father, which can lead to a fall. Study The Three Mountains
and the lecture entitled The Archeus
by Samael Aun Weor for a deeper understanding of this subject.
8-9) Sex is relative with the internal vehicles. While lunar bodies are feminine in that they belong to nature, the solar bodies are masculine in that they embody the power of the solar logos. However, even the solar bodies are feminine in relation to the Internal Christ, since these are merely the vehicles through which the Lord can express Himself.
As for the appearance of the solar bodies of a divine being, that depends upon the will of the Inner Master. Different initiates, whether male or female, will always appear in a manner conducive to the learning of the disciple upon invocation. If it means taking on a feminine form, they will do so, and vice versa, so as to teach what the aspirant needs to know about himself. Appearances within the internal planes are more symbolic and psychological than literal.
10) The Absolute will always be "The Great Breath Profoundly Unknowable to Itself," since the Absolute has no limit and must always seek to know Its intimate nature. For a deeper understanding of this teaching, listen to the ocean of Uncreated Light in Das Rheingold
by the Gnostic Master Richard Wagner.